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FS: 2007 F250 2WD Crew Cab 6.0L PSD

Adam Ginsberg

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After much consideration, it's time to sell my 2WD F250. No longer needed for towing, so it's hard to justify keeping it, even though I love that damn beast.


Bought new in May 2007 from Tyler Ford in Tyler, TX. I'm the original owner, and have just about every service record and document that came with it.


It's had four items replaced under Ford's warranty - the ICM (failed about ~45 minutes after I bought it in 2007), CAC hoses and clamps (August 2010), the fan clutch (December 2010), the PS exhaust manifold and installed exhaust gaskets on both sides (December 2010). It's always been rock solid, with only the above mentioned issues.


All maintenance has been done at the Ford dealer, to ensure compliance with their warranty requirement of using Ford-qualified filters (fuel, engine oil, trans, etc). Both batteries have been replaced - PS in 2010, DS in 2012 (both have dates marked on the battery to keep track of the warranty).


It's BONE STOCK. Never chipped. Ever.


Recent work:


  1. New front rotors
  2. New front pads
  3. New front wheel bearings
  4. New PS front caliper bracket (after the PS wheel bearings disintegrated)
  5. New PS front spindle (re: ^)
  6. Fresh oil and filter change
  7. Fresh fuel filter change
  8. Fresh trans service


It's always towed without drama, pulling my 28' enclosed up and over the Grapevine with ease (17,320lbs, all in, verified at a truck scale). Absolutely ZERO rust - it was bought in TX, then brought out to CA in 2008. You Midwest and East Coast guys should pay attention.


Just a hair under 118,000 miles, in excellent condition. Never smoked in. It was NEVER a work truck - I used it to tow my racecar, and as a daily driver.


KBB puts the value at ~$17,00. It needs nothing besides a new owner.


$16,000, or best decent offer.


It's located in Ventura, CA, can assist with delivery within ~150 miles.


The shell is actually quite valuable here in CA, as it allows the truck to be registered like a car, reducing the registration fees approximately ~$225/year.


The amenities list is damn good:


  1. Factory tow package (rear sway bar, factory hitch, wiring, integrated brake controller)
  2. Power and heated towing mirrors
  3. Upfitter switches
  4. Dual power front seats
  5. Cloth seats
  6. Sliding rear window
  7. 6 disc CD changer w/AM-FM stereo
  8. 4 wheel ABS that works with the integrated brake controller (awesome, awesome feature)
  9. PW/PDL/CC/Ice cold AC
  10. Dual airbags
  11. Keyless entry (a great feature to have at the race track!)
  12. Automatic transmission w/factory TOW/HAUL mode
  13. Fiberglass shell with locking handles
  14. 3 sets of keys and key fobs
  15. All original Ford paperwork, window sticker, and owners manuals


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For those curious about fuel mileage.....


Best highway mileage I've recorded was 20mpg.

Typical mixed mileage is 17mpg.

Towing my (former) 28' enclosed trailer, loaded (racecar, tools, spares, etc....total gross weight was 17,320lbs) from Ventura to Buttonwillow (over the Grapevine) was 11mpg.

Towing that same weight to Cal Speedway (almost no hills) was 13.5mpg.

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